I am, what some of my friends like to call, a Texican. It basically means I’m a child of two cultures: Texas, where I was born and raised (yes, you are a Texan first and foremost) and Mexico, where my family is from and which borders my hometown. It’s hard for people who didn’t grow up on the border to understand how someone can feel a part of two different nations without betraying one, but I feel like I’m both: American and Mexican.
My work life leans towards analytical whilst my extra-curricular activities have been very social. All of these experiences have led me to a great number of people, many of which were incredibly helpful and generous in handing me down their nuggets of wisdom, be it during past job searches or with continued professional development…all of which have led to the creation of this blog